Rodenstock Klimsch Apo-Ronar SL 1:9 f=800 mm 32 inch Used Lens Action called for USD4,800.00
Rodenstock Klimsch Apo-Ronar SL 1:9 f=800 mm 32 inch Auction Used Lens
Rodenstock Klimsch APO-Ronar
for Klimsch & co., Frankfurt an Main. For a photoengraving and copy used. It uses for cartography etc.
APO-Ronar Klimsch 240 mm f/9 (Barrel lens M60 Mount, Waterhouse type Filter Slot Only.)
APO-Ronar Klimsch 360 mm f/9 (Barrel lens M60 Mount, Waterhouse type Filter Slot Only.)
Rodenstock Klimsch APO-Ronar-L
for Klimsch & co., Frankfurt an Main. For a photoengraving and copy used. It uses for cartography etc. These are perfect apochromatic lenses. Optical system: They are 4-element, 2-group designs. It is an optics group complete symmetrical system after the former group. Especially, it was used to photoengrave a huge map. Use the room size very big camera.
APO-Ronar-L 240 mm f/9 (Barrel lens M60 Mount/ Waterhouse type Filter Slot Only.) f9 to f128
APO-Ronar-L 360 mm f/9 (Barrel lens M60 Mount/ Flont Filter Φ55mm & Waterhouse type Filter Slot.) f9 to f260
APO-Ronar-L 480 mm f/9 (Barrel lens / Waterhouse type Filter Slot.)
The foundation for Rodenstock’s development was laid in 1877 by Josef Rodenstock with his workshop and shop for lenses, frames, barometers, and measurement instruments in Würzburg. In 1880, he developed his first patented products – diaphragm lenses. Two years later, he started exporting internationally and founded his own production sites. Since 1883 the company’s headquarters is located in Munich.
In the new millennium, the ophthalmic optics company quickly developed from a small tradesman shop into a modern industrial enterprise. For example, the first bifocal lenses came from Rodenstock as did UV-absorbing lenses.
In addition to the production of lenses, the third generation put special focus on the manufacture of frames. In 1955, Rodenstock sold more than one million of them. Other innovations followed like, for example, self-tinting (phototropic) lenses and the first progressive lenses developed by the company, the Progressiv R, which was an immediate success in the 1980s.
In the 1990s, the unique selling point as a manufacturer of lenses and frames from a single source was consistently developed. Through continuous innovations, Rodenstock further expanded its market share during that time. In 2000, the company landed a real coup in the field of individual progressive lenses with the product ImpressionILT. Rodenstock invented the modern progressive lens.
In 2000, the precision-optics division, Rodenstock Precision Optics, was sold to LINOS AG, which itself was subsumed by Qioptiq group in 2010 making Rodenstock Precision Optics a brand of Qioptiq. The eyeglasses division is now owned by the European holding company Bridgepoint. These independent entities still operate with the same stylized “R” logo.